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The LaTeXML Daemon: Editable Math on the Collaborative Web



Deyan Ginev, Heinrich Stammerjohanns, Bruce R. Miller, Michael Kohlhase


The language of the \TeX/\LaTeX} typesetting system has become all-pervasive in scientific publications and has proven its stability, convenience and expressivity in its three-decade history. With the advent of the Web 2.0 paradigm, it has also become the primary choice of various technical and scientific social platforms, most prominently online encyclopedias (e.g. PlanetMath\citeplanetmath:on}) and question-answer forums (e.g. MathOverflow\cite athOverflow}). On the other hand, the standardization of \mathml} and \om} and the adoption of the former in HTML5, have opened the floodgates for scientific content native to the browser.
Proceedings Title
Proceedings of the Conference on Intelligent Computer Mathematics
Conference Dates
July 18-23, 2011
Conference Location
Bertinoro, IT
Conference Title
Conference On Intelligent Computer Mathematics


latex, mathematics, web, wiki, collaborative


Ginev, D. , Stammerjohanns, H. , Miller, B. and Kohlhase, M. (2011), The LaTeXML Daemon: Editable Math on the Collaborative Web, Proceedings of the Conference on Intelligent Computer Mathematics, Bertinoro, IT, [online], (Accessed June 19, 2024)


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Created December 30, 2011, Updated October 12, 2021